Shah Rukh Khan reveals he owns TVs at home worth $50,000

Shah Rukh Khan reveals he owns TVs at home worth $50,000

The big screen star talked about his small screen set fancies.

Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan believes in grandeur with a capital G.

He lives in a palatial house called Mannat in Mumbai which is reportedly worth Rs200 crores.

His movies are made on a grand scale.

His grand luxury even extends to the goggle-box: he revealed that he has TVs in his home which cost over $50,000 (Rs30-40 Lakhs).

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He spoke about this at an advertising event for the South Korean LG Electronics Group. Shah Rukh Khan attended the event as one of the brand ambassadors.

SRK said during the event in New Delhi earlier this week that he had always been a fan of the LG brand, even before he was hired to be its ambassador.

He also revealed that he has several TVs in his Mumbai home where he is staying with his wife and interior designer Gauri Khan, and their three children, Aryan, Suhana and Abram. Khan appeared at the event wearing a stylish three-piece suit and trendy sunglasses.

The big screen star talked about his small screen set fancies. "I have one in the bedroom, I have one in the living room, and I have another one in my little son Abram's room, I have one in Ariane's room.”

He continued, “I have one in my daughter’s room.. I also had another one in the gym until recently but it broke. When my old TVs break, I take this opportunity to be able to buy the newest model.”

Khan said he believes he has about 11-12 TVs, and the value of each of them ranges between ($1,288-$3220).

Together, they total up to $50,000. Shah Rukh Khan's grand TV possessions sent his fans into a tizzy. They were gushing with admiration and wonder at the superstar on social media sites.

Some of them said that Shah Rukh Khan lives like a king, no wonder he is known as the "King of Bollywood."

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